Get lengthier and more specialized research help with our book an appointment service.
Visit the Research Help Desk on the main floor of the Library for help.
Workshops are scheduled throughout the term.
How-to guides and videos on writing, research and citation
The Library and Archives is here to provide you with a well-balanced collection of print and online resources for your research needs.
We are also a place for you to study, work with your group, learn a new digital skill, relax and expand your quest for knowledge. Our staff and librarians will work with you at all levels to ensure that your library experience is as effective as possible.
Explore, interact, discover, learn – and be inspired!
RULA is in the 'Dish With One Spoon Territory’. The Dish With One Spoon is a treaty between the Anishinaabe, Mississaugas and Haudenosaunee that bound them to share the territory and protect the land. Subsequent Indigenous Nations and peoples, Europeans and all newcomers have been invited into this treaty in the spirit of peace, friendship and respect.
The Ryerson Library collection consists of millions of resources to help you learn, study, and succeed. The collection includes:
Books (floors 5-10) and e-books
Journal Databases (Online)
Which include Scholarly, Peer Reviewed Articles, magazines and Company reports
Data and Maps (Main Floor)
DVD’s and Audiovisuals (Main Floor and Floor 5)
Archives and Special Collections (Floor 4)
At home or on campus, you can log into our online resources (ebooks, journal databases etc) with your Ryerson log-in.
We have various contact points to help you.
Need help finding sources or citing them?
Ask Us (online Chat)
Book a Librarian (in-person appointments)
Research Help Guide (online)
Subject and Course Guides (online)
Check out your books, ask about fines and loan periods
Our information desk can help you with directions, look up a book and help you find the right service. Our IT staff can help you print, set up your password and troubleshoot
Quiet study space:
Floors 4-9 are quiet study space and floor 10 is a silent study space.
Group study space is available on floors 6-10.
Number of Computers and their location.
The DME is a makerspace, fabrication lab and digital media production facility brought to you by the Ryerson Library!
(Including virtual Reality, 3D Printing and Photoshop / Illustrator.)
Our learning partners :
Student Learning Services on 4th floor of the Student Learning Centre
Support areas include:
Located on the 5th floor of the Library in room LIB-549.